In this role, you have the opportunity to:
Have responsibility for the success (as defined by financial, experiential, and satisfaction metrics) of the Long term Strategic Partnership program at Kaiser.
The Client Delivery Leader is the central point of resolution and leadership for all activities at the client hospital(s), including service, equipment, consulting and education. The individual will work closely with senior hospital executives and Philips leadership in monitoring successful operations of the Managed Equipment Services program. The role ensures alignment between Philips and the client hospital.
You will sit on executive leadership committees (Executive Committee) and other groups (e.g., Radiology Oversight Committee) to ensure deep understanding of ongoing client needs. You will interface back to our Business Development and Solutions teams to integrate our delivery and operational activities back into our customer proposals and solution development work.
You are responsible for the following:
Leading communications and customer concerns with client executive team across all activities
Accounting for all financial targets, including orders, revenue and margin established for the account
Establishing annual objectives for account, working with account team members to assess expected impact of equipment, education, consulting and service activities
Attending meetings to ensure alignment with client goals and ongoing awareness of priorities and issues
Chairing Joint Oversight Committee for Philips, leading reviews of progress, addressing bottleneck issues, working with client teams to resolve disputes
Identifying, raising, handling and mitigating all client program risks and issues
Coordinating and executing marketing communications and presentations as necessary to support mutual objectives
Assisting with the planning and execution of various community relation activities.
Assisting with client communications about managed service relationships
Facilitating change management for account team to ensure role transparency and clear ways of working
Leading regularly scheduled Philips account team communications
Managing customer site visits, referral requests, as well as monitoring all active Philips projects with the client
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
Strong working knowledge of Philips sales, service, consulting and education businesses, as well as commercial operations and service teams, preferred
10+ years of experience in customer facing environments
Business or clinical degree required, advanced degree preferred
Knowledge of medical device technology and related clinical use models
Ability to lead and run diverse, cross-functional teams and individuals that include both Philips and client employees
Ability to guide performance improvement initiatives including process redesign activities
Knowledge of financial and accounting mechanisms, preferably with direct experience in systems currently used by Philips
Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate on operational and financial performance with internal and customer teams
Proven experience and ability working in matrix organizations
Excellent oral and verbal communications and presentation skills
Ability to manage complex projects across multiple customer working groups
Demonstrated operational analytics and financial analysis capabilities
Reside in or near the Los Angeles area; required to be on-site at a minimum 25% based on schedule agreed to with Client
In return, we offer you
This position offers you the opportunity to play a vital role in growing market penetration in the territory and to the overall growth of our business. For Marketing and Sales Professionals, the rewards for working at Philips are huge. You operate at the heart of a worldwide company that continues to transform itself, to become ever more market-driven and consumer-focused.
Why should you join Philips?
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